Names in the News, 5/26/14

Names in the News, 5/26/14

CHS INC., St. Paul, Minn. — Jamey Grafing has been named vice president and corporate treasurer. Grafing will be responsible for managing treasury-related activities, including cash and working capital management, short-term investments, debt financing, foreign currency and interest rate derivatives. He will continue to work with CHS Capital on matters relating to wholesale funding and the management of banking relationships. He was most recently chief financial officer for CHS Capital.

KINCANNON & REED SINGAPORE PTE. LTD., Singapore — Lelia Lim-Loges joined the firm as managing director, Asia Pacific. Lim-Loges will head the Singapore office. She was previously with Kumpulan Emas Berhad and BP Marine.

Henry Zhu has been named director. Zhu will serve clients as part of the Asia Pacific team in Shanghai, China. He was previously with Accenture and Bearing Point.

PHEASANTS FOREVER INC., St. Paul, Minn. — William Clayton has joined the organization as farm bill biologist in Swift County, Minn. Clayton will work in a joint capacity with Pheasants Forever, Swift County Soil & Water Conservation District, Minnesota Board of Water & Soil Resources and Natural Resources Conservation Service to coordinate and implement conservation provisions of the federal farm bill and other related wildlife conservation programs.

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, Minneapolis, Minn. — Brian Buhr has been appointed dean of the College of Food, Agricultural & Natural Resource Sciences and director of the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station. Buhr will oversee the college's administration and academics and the experiment station's funding for researchers in five colleges focused on cross-disciplinary problem solving. He was most recently interim dean and director.

Volume:86 Issue:21

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